Professor Steven Johnson‘s groundbreaking conservation photography documenting vernal pools continues to make media waves. His photo of spotted salamander eggs is on the cover of the recent Nature Conservancy magazine. ... read more about Vernal pool photography lands Johnson on the cover of ‘Nature Conservancy’ magazine
Professor Steven Johnson is pushing the frontier of conservation photography – by entering “toad time.” He explains: a toad could sit on a rock for six or seven hours, seemingly ... read more about A photographer’s quest to document the ephemeral world of vernal pools
What will a post-pandemic world look like? How is COVID-19 affecting each of us differently, and what are our responsibilities to one another in the face of those disparities? What ... read more about EMU’s free summer course ‘Imagining the Future after COVID-19’ open to all
Several photos taken by Professor Steven David Johnson are featured in an article about Appalachia in Nature Conservancy magazine.
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Eastern Mennonite High School students spent a recent afternoon along the North Fork of the Shenandoah River with professors Doug Graber Neufeld, Jim Yoder and Steven David Johnson.
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Editor’s note: Rachel Wyse has moved on to a full-time position as an art director with a major advertising company. Congratulations, Rachel! Read on to learn more about her path ... read more about Art director Rachel Wyse gets friendly with Facebook
Water, water everywhere—and so many people take it for granted. As the life-giving liquid becomes an increasingly significant global resource, though, Eastern Mennonite University wants to make sure students are ... read more about EMU’s Common Read selection ‘Memory of Water’ addresses drought, climate change and hidden knowledge
Striking photos taken by an Eastern Mennonite University professor and his students of a rarely seen, endangered salamander supported citizen lobbying that may have influenced a U.S. Forest Service decision ... read more about Photography class photos helped efforts to block Atlantic Coast Pipeline on sensitive sections of national forestland
Some environmentalists hold rallies. Some file lawsuits. Steven David Johnson takes photographs — then puts them to work. Johnson practices conservation photography, creating images with an aim of affecting environmental ... read more about Conservation photographer and professor Steven David Johnson advocates for environment
After the U.S. Forest Service released its newly revised proposal for George Washington National Forest on Tuesday, many concerns about the forest’s future were laid to rest. But for Eastern ... read more about Conservation photography class looks at proposed Atlantic Coast pipeline route and how it could affect the environment